Tamar Eisen is an avid reader and writer. She loves to write pieces about gender equity, girls empowerment and reproductive justice. Tamar works as a Judicial Strategy Associate at the Center for Reproductive Rights where she supports research, writing, legal strategy and advocacy for reproductive rights. Prior to this, she worked on women’s political empowerment at a democracy nonprofit and also lived in Kolkata, India for a year teaching English to girls on a Fulbright grant. Tamar graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Social Policy. Tamar loves the outdoors and likes to hike, bike, camp and do yoga.